Can we be the first to suggest that posters just stop?
The wait is finally over! After no fewer than four stand-alone prequels, the giants of Marvel’s metahuman stable explode onto the silver screen in a joyous orgy of action, wit and great big hammers. Visionary director Joss Whedon pulls off the ultimate balancing act as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes™ settle their differences for one of the most exhilarating superhero films ever.
This week he’s starring in the fifth of nine Marvel movies due to feature his gleaming head and mellifluous voice. Last week he was probably playing golf. Next week he’ll be straight back to making another film, because that’s how he rolls. This week’s cheat sheet is all about Samuel L. Jackson, which automatically makes it the most badass Cheat Sheet of all time.
If you look at them really quickly at 24fps, it’s basically like a very poorly edited film that lasts half a second.
Except he isn’t called Mos Def any more.
This Wednesday marks the release of Steven “I’m definitely going to stop being a director soon and paint pretty pictures” Soderbergh’s new film, Haywire, which stars Mixed Martial Arts champion Gina Carano. Presumably she spends the film going around beating up loads and loads of people with her martial arts skills. We literally can’t wait for that. Especially if she roundhouse kicks Ewan McGregor in the face. Anyways, to celebrate the release of this film, BFF has compiled a list of the top ten women who would kick you into next Tuesday if you tried to hold the door open for them. Enjoy!
This well-acted and occasionally surprising drama from Rodrigo García explores the impact of adoption upon the lives of three women. Its first half is strong but the second hour becomes predictable, conventional and a little too sugary. And really, the whole affair would be better off without Kerry Washington (sorry Kerry but it’s true).